Best friends can have close relationships and still fight with each other. David and Primrose knew this firsthand. It seemed odd they formed a friendship with David at the age of nine and Primrose thirteen. Yet when the pair met, they formed an almost instantaneous bond.
Primrose and David had both been through hard times. Primrose and David came from damaged families and endured challenging childhoods. After they met, they would stay up all night walking to the 7-Eleven and their friend Refrigerator John’s house. They went on many exciting adventures to places like the city of Philadelphia and to events like the library movie party.
I really enjoyed reading this book about two good friends. I loved reading about their crazy antics, the sad parts, and the touching parts about true friendship.
Eggs by Jerry Spinelli is available for checkout from the Mission Viejo Library.
I rejoiced when I heard there would be an eighth Harry Potter book as I’m sure the rest of the Harry Potter fandom did. It definitely delivers the same thrills, adventure, and fun as the other seven.
The story centers around Albus Severus Potter, Harry Potter’s youngest son. He doesn’t fit in as well at Hogwarts, but finds a friend in Draco Malfoy’s son Scorpius. Albus and Scorpius are both sorted into Slytherin and Albus’s relationship with his father worsens over the years. Then, everything changes as the pair meet Delphi, Amos Diggory’s niece, and set off to change the past with the help of a Time-Turner and save Cedric Diggory. The rest of the story lies within the book…
This was an interesting read because it isn’t written like a conventional book; it’s written like a script with descriptions of the surroundings, acts and scenes, and the character’s names before their dialogue. I loved seeing Harry, Ron, and Hermione all grown up with families. It makes you feel like you’ve grown along with the characters. This book was a great addition to the series and I recommend it to everyone who loves Harry Potter and magical, fantasy adventure books!
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is available for checkout from the Mission Viejo Library. It can also be downloaded for free from Overdrive.
The star of this book is the kind of dog who is so devoted he would follow his person to the ends of the earth. This story is the sequel to A Dog’s Purpose, in which this dog had many lives caring for his boy, Ethan. When he is Buddy in his later years of life, he meets Ethan’s granddaughter, a sweet girl named Clarity whom he protects around the Farm. When he passes and is reborn, he finds Clarity again and works hard to find and be with her each reincarnation. This dog is her constant companion and guardian for her whole life.
I really enjoyed this book because it was very well-written with so much amazing detail. It’s interesting to read because it is written from the dog’s point of view and helped me see the story in a new perspective. This book is great for laughs and is heartbreaking every time the dog dies. It shows how incredibly loving, caring, and loyal dogs are to their people.
A Dog’s Journey by W. Bruce Campbell is available for checkout from the Mission Viejo Library.